Washington (ANI): British supermodel chand chupa badal mein,naomi
campbell could be jailed for up to 7 years if she refuses to give
evidence in an ongoing trial of ex-President of Liberia, Charles
Taylor. An international court subpoenaed Campbell to testify in
the war crimes trial of Taylor, warning her that she could be
jailed for up to seven years if she refuses to show up.
The Special Court for Sierra Leone ordered Campbell forcing her
to testify after she avoided prosecutors for a year and made it
clear that she had no plans of being a part of the case. The
40-year-old model was ordered to appear in a Hague court on July 29
at 9 am or to show an authentic reason why she could not comply
with this subpoena, reports Fox News.
Refusal of the summon may lead to prosecution for contempt,
which carries a maximum seven-year prison sentence along with a
fine of 2 million Sierra Leone leones, or about 510 dollars,
according to the subpoena released by the court.